At ISE 2020 in Amsterdam, Meyer Sound will debut two new pro sound loudspeaker products, demonstrate a new digital tool for spatial sound design and mixing, and welcome attendees into the to its Sonic Lounge.
The new products, along with a wide selection of existing product offerings and the Sonic Lounge, will be found at stand 1-M90. The demo room, in the Hotel Okura Amsterdam Ballrooms 1 and 2, will host presentations of the new spatial sound design and mixing tool and listening sessions for the new products.
The two new loudspeakers incorporate the latest generation of Meyer Sound advances in driver configuration, transducer design, amplifier technology, and mounting/rigging hardware.
“These loudspeakers set higher benchmarks for versatility in every respect,” said Pablo Espinosa, VP and chief loudspeaker designer. “For one of the new loudspeakers, the power-to-size ratio is exceptional and they are easy to move and rig. With three different rotatable horn configurations, you can choose a coverage pattern to meet any horizontal or vertical requirement.”
Other recently debuted products on display at the booth will include the ULTRA-X40, a LINA ground stack with companion 750-LFC subwoofer and a LEOPARD ground stack with companion 900-LFC subwoofer.
“Our existing user base, as well as new users, will be ecstatic about this new tool,” said global brand strategist Tim Boot, “because it leverages processing hardware many of them already own. By adding this new software and an inexpensive, third-party tablet interface, sound designers and sound mixers can add spatial sound to both automated and live workflows with unprecedented ease.”
Presentations of this forthcoming technology are scheduled for 10:00, 12:00, 14:00, 16:00 and 17:00 on February 11, 12 and 13.
“ISE has grown to the point where it is almost as much a global show as it is a European one,” remarked SVP of sales and marketing, John McMahon. “The importance of ISE to Meyer Sound is reflected not only by making it the platform for our new product debuts but also by the totality of resources and personnel we bring to this show.”
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